Imagine green coffee turns into a shimmering jade! This dream is likely to become true with Ngu Shweli’s beans. The coffee beans are smooth and even. When polished and treated, the vibrant colors of his jade coffee can be extraordinary.
Jade coffee is celebrating a round body, with gentle acidity. Notes of dark choco and a hint of walnut can be found in the cup.
Tun Min Than, 33 years old, has joined the family business and is also involved with the running of the farm. Coffee is “engrained” in his daily work and culture. He is extremely passionate about coffee growing, but also about roasting. One day, while roasting the freshly harvested coffee, he confessed that he used his micro roaster to grill all sorts of grains that are growing in his estate, such as sacha inchi, sunflower – or pumpkin seeds.
Ngu Shweli’s silky low grown coffee is known as one of the most reputable in Myanmar. His family has been very successful in producing high-quality coffee for more than three decades. In 2004, Ngu Shweli’s farm was honored by the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) for outstanding farm management. Ngu Shweli’s farm consists about 93 acres and is one of the biggest estate in Myanmar.